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HELP! flag female ancestor  Rebeckah  MINOT

  (b. 15 May 1720 Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 8 October 1761 Salem, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  

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Rebeckah MINOT was born 15 May 1720 in Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay

Rebeckah MINOT was the child of James MINOT   and   Martha LANE and the grandchild of: (paternal)  James MINOT and Rebecca WHEELER (maternal)  John LANE and Susannah WHIPPLE

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Rebeckah  married  Benjamin PRESCOTT 12 August 1741 in Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay .  The couple had (at least) 8 children. Benjamin PRESCOTT  was born 29 January 1717 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA.  Benjamin died 18 August 1778 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA. 

Rebeckah MINOT died 8 October 1761 in Salem, Province of Massachusetts Bay.
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Did You Know?America - Did you know? It is prohibited to dance to the “Star Spangled Banner” in Massachusetts, thanks to an excessively patriotic 1917 law.
Did You Know?The name 'Massachusetts' originates with native Americans in the Massachusetts Bay area (from the language of the Algonquian nation). The name translates roughly as 'at or about the great hill.' (statesymbolsusa.org)

1620 - 1627 - Plymouth Colony, New England
1628 - 1686 - Massachusetts Bay Colony
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1689 - 1692 - Massachusetts Bay Colony
1692 - 1775 - Province of Massachusetts Bay
1776 - 1788 - Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay
February 6, 1788 - Massachusetts becomes 6th U.S. state

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Rebeckah MINOT married flag male ancestor Benjamin PRESCOTT-- Date: 12 August 1741 Place: Concord, Province of Massachusetts Bay
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"mr Benjamin Prescott of Salem and mrs Rebekah Minott of Concord were married by Justice Minott august : 12 : 1741"

Name: Benjamin Prescott
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Event Date: 12 Aug 1741
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Reference ID: Vol. 3, page 111
GS Film Number: 761210
Digital Folder Number: 007009571
Image Number: 00079

"Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1626-2001," database with images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:Q29G-VNLV : 5 November 2017), Benjamin Prescott and Rebecca Minot, 12 Aug 1741; citing Marriage, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States, , town clerk offices, Massachusetts; FHL microfilm 761,210.


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Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Old Chapter House, 1708.

The earliest sections of the Thomas Pellet House, off Monument Square and across from the First Parish Church in Concord, date to 1670. The house has had a number of additions, much of the present structure being completed by early in the eighteenth century. The frame house is notable for its stuccoed facade, intended to imitate stonework and most likely added when Benjamin Barrett owned the house in the 1730s. The house was later the home of Dr. Ezekiel Brown, a surgeon in the Revolutionary War. In the nineteenth century, the house became known as the Deacon Tolman or Old Tolman House, after owner Elisha Tolman, who had a shoe shop next door. Another owner was Thomas Heald, a lawyer and member of the Concord Social Circle. Harriett Lothrop, who wrote the Five Little Peppers stories under the name Margaret Sidney, lived in the famous Wayside in Concord and saved a number of historic houses in town in the later nineteenth century, including the Old Tolman... Read MORE...

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Concord’s Unitarian-Universalist church was first gathered in 1636 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Its first ministers, Peter Bulkeley and John Jones, were formally installed in 1637, in Cambridge.
The original meetinghouse was built on the hill on the opposite side of Lexington Road from the present location of the church. A second meetinghouse was built between 1667 and 1673, a third in 1711...

In 1774 and 1775, the meetinghouse of the First Parish was used for Provincial Congress meetings, in 1775 and 1776 for classes of Harvard College, which was temporarily moved from Cambridge to Concord for the safety of the students in wartime...
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Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Colonial Inn

1716 – Concord’s Colonial Inn’s original structure was built.

1775 – One of the Inn’s original buildings was used as a storehouse for arms and provisions during the Revolutionary War. When the British came to seize and destroy the supplies, the Minutemen met them at the North Bridge on April 19th for what became the first battle of the American Revolution. The event is commemorated every April with a parade near the Inn and a ceremony at the North Bridge on Patriots’ Day.

Early 1800s – Parts of the Inn were used as a variety store and a residence.

1835 – 1837 – Henry David Thoreau resided with us while he attended Harvard.

Mid 1800s – The building was used as a boarding house and a small hotel, named the Thoreau House after Henry’s aunts, the “Thoreau Girls.”

1889 – The Inn as we know it today begins operating. Situated on Concord’s town common, known as Monument Square, the Inn is surrounded by landmarks of our nation’s literary and revolutionary... Read MORE...

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1720 Birth
'Rebeckah Minott daughter of mr James Minott and Martha his wife was born May 15 day 1720'

Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915
name: Rebeckah Minott
gender: Female
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birth date: 15 May 1720
birthplace: CONCORD,MIDDLESEX,MASSACHUSETTS
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father's name: James Minott
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mother's name: Martha
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indexing project (batch) number: C50068-1
system origin: Massachusetts-ODM
source film number: 823762
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source: familysearch.org
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marriage1741 Marriage / Partner
Rebeckah MINOT and Benjamin PRESCOTT 12 August 1741, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
1742 Birth of Child
Rebecca Minot PRESCOTT was born 20 May 1742, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1744 Birth of Child
Martha PRESCOTT was born 23 November 1744, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1746 Birth of Child
Benajmin PRESCOTT was born 14 March 1746, Danvers, Massachusetts, USA
1749 Birth of Child
James PRESCOTT was born 15 March 1749, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1751 Death of Child
Benajmin PRESCOTT died May 1751, Danvers, Massachusetts, USA
1752 Birth of Child
Elizabeth PRESCOTT was born 1 December 1752, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1755 Birth of Child
Mercy PRESCOTT was born 5 February 1755, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1757 Birth of Child
Benjamin PRESCOTT was born 27 October 1757, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
1760 Birth of Child
Mary PRESCOTT was born 9 May 1760, Salem, Massachusetts, USA

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death1761 Death
8 October 1761
Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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